Video: It takes decades of experience and hundreds and hundreds of man hours to make a William & Son shotgun. There's an expert for the barrel, a master to handle the engraving, a wizard to finish it off and many more skilled hands involved in the entire process. We get to see a glimpse of how it's done in the video below. Steel, wood, art, fire, water — it's a combination of so much.
The Incredible 18 Month Process Of Making A Shotgun
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